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More evidence of 8GB iPhone 3GS appears on Rogers site

More evidence of an upcoming 8GB iPhone 3GS model has appeared on Rogers Wireless’ website. Under the “iPhone Comparison” tab on Rogers’ iPhone 3GS mini-site, the company has posted a comparison chart for the iPhone 3G and 3GS which shows an 8GB option listed for both models. Curiously, the chart appears to be the only current reference to an 8GB iPhone 3GS on the site, which otherwise notes that the 3GS starts at $199 for a 16GB model. Screenshots published last week suggested that the company is working to sell out its existing stock of 8GB iPhone 3G units in preparation for the arrival of the new low-end 3GS. [via Mac Rumors]

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I checked the site earlier and saw what this article describes, but it appears that Rogers has been notified and changed the site.

Posted by ecirwin on August 10, 2009 at 11:45 AM (CDT)

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